Murder at Midnight
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- OTRR, Old Time Radio Researchers Group, Old Time Radio, OTRR Set, OTRR Certified Set, OTRR Maintained Set, Murder At Midnight, Mystery, Suspense, Raymond Morgan, Morgan, Raymond, Robert Newman, Newman, Robert, Joseph Ruscoll, Ruscoll, Joseph, Max Erlich, Erlich, Max, William Morwood, Morwood, William, 1940s, 1946, 1947, OTRR Updated Release, OTRR - 2019-07
MURDER AT MIDNIGHTMurder at Midnight was a transcribed program of macabre tales frequently featuring a supernatural twist. Produced in New York and distributed by World Broadcasting System, the series was the brainchild of Louis G. Cowan, the man behind Quiz Kids six years earlier.
Fifty-two episodes were recorded from mid-April through December 1946. Robert Newman was hired as the show’s lead writer but a dozen other authors provided scripts during the program’s run. Among them were Joseph Ruscoll, Max Erlich and William Morwood.
Murder at Midnight was directed by Anton M. Leder, and hosted by Raymond Morgan, who delivered the memorable opening lines over Charles Paul's organ theme. Los Angeles’ KFI was the first station to air the series but it would eventually be heard across the continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii.
Murder at Midnight continued to be aired in syndication until the early 1960s.
This synopsis is based on the authoritative research of Karl Schadow.
OTRR Release Information:
Series Name: Murder at Midnight
Release Status: OTRR Maintained
Release Date: July 18, 2019
Release Version: Version 1907
Number of DVDs: 1
There are 52 episodes (32 in .mp3 and 22 in .flac) in this set.
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Also, beginning in 2019, the version numbers of our OTRR releases changed format -- instead of v1.0 or v2.1, we are now using a version number that reflects the year and month the set was released. The format used is a two-digit year followed by a two-digit month. For example, "v1906" indicates a set that was released in June 2019, or "v1910" indicates a set released in October 2019.
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- 2018-11-19 02:09:00
Subject: Zip Files Now Added
Note that OTRR has changed its certification classification to "OTRR Maintained Set" from "OTRR Certified Accurate" or "OTRR Certified Complete", and the version number now is in the format yymm instead of ver 1, ver 2, etc.
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But I agree, the zip file of audio files should have been included in the "OTR Certified" entry.
Subject: where are the shows?
Subject: Where are the audio files?
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